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Australian TV Pirates Refuse To Play The Waiting Game

Posted at 7:40AM Tuesday 29 Jul 2014

Aussie pirates have often defended their actions by saying that they would purchase shows (or watch on free-to-air) if that was an option. Instead, they claim, the difficultly in being able to watch their shows in a timely fashion is what drives them to torrent sites.

But how realistic is this? Tech culture blog Reckoner has done some rather detailed research that suggests Aussie TV fan are definitely being left in the cold when it comes to hit TV shows.

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